Cutting Up Jack Russell Puddins photo Texas

Cuttin Up Jack Russell Puddins

Sharon Overton

We are proud members of EJRTCA and we are located on a small place just outside of Seymour, Texas where our little "Puddins" have lots of room to run and play. Seymour is located in the heart of cowboy country, and of course we have cutting horses and cats to go along with our wonderful little companions. These little dogs have been our loving friends for over 20 years now. I raise happy, healthy babies here in my home with lots of love and attention. All of my puppies are vet checked before being shipped to their new special home.

Chicopee Brook Farm photo Massachusetts

Chicopee Brook Farm

Sol Bandeira

Terriers can be known for their tenacious personalities, but we do not emphasize those traits, breeding from some of the finest of bloodlines, we selectively breed on a very limited basis and give basic training to our Jack Russells. With careful attention paid to the heritage of our stock, we ensure the finest qualities are bred into puppies at Chicopee Brook Farm. Then, supportive opportunities are provided to help each develop his or her natural skill and ability. They're exposed to very basic conformation, racing, water sports and lure games to develop their agility and instinct for companionship.

Run Away Farm photo North Carolina

Run Away Farm

Martha Milligan

Run Away Farm is a small horse farm and kennel just east of the Metropolitan Charlotte, North Carolina area. We breed Jack Russell Terriers from selected American and imported bloodlines that have correct conformation, hunting ability and wonderful temperaments. All of our breeding stock is BAER tested normal, CERFd annually and are PLL tested. Our terriers compete in all aspects at terrier trials around the country. We strongly adhere to the JRTCA Breeders Code of Ethics and fully educate the prospective owner to make sure that the Jack Russell is truly that type of dog that they want. We love to introduce new people to the breed and give demonstrations in racing and go-to-ground. Visitors are welcome to come to the farm to play.

High Meadow Terriers photo Idaho

High Meadow Terriers

Bobbie Johnson

High Meadow selectively breeds and produces excellent Jack Russell Terriers with short compact builds, good bone structure, great heads and ear sets. They are guaranteed to be temperamentally sound, happy and healthy! Our Jacks are the perfect family companion or show competitor, and are bred from proven old established lines that are inherently healthy. EJRTCA member.

British Grit Jack Russell Terriers photo California

British Grit Jack Russell Terriers

Hans F Aberg

Come on in and check us out! British Grit Jack Russell Terriers is a small kennel that produces top quality Jack Russell Terriers. in Northern California. Our family companions have amazing smarts, fantastic dispositions,and the classic JRT conformation. We are blessed to have Meynell-Sundance Sazzy and Rushill Jay whom we most imported from England. Sazzy(Snatch&Duffy)is tan and white with a smooth coat. Jay (Dodge&Maggie)has a rough tri-colored coat. Welcome to our English born and English-related world. Thank you for coming.

Bare Bottom Farm photo Vermont

Bare Bottom Farm

Bare Bottom Farm

English, Irish, Puddin's, Shorties...whatever you call them, they are the best. We are so very proud of all our "kids" and all of their pups. We are proud members of the EJRTCA. All of our dogs are registered with EJRTCA, NKC and AKC/FSS. Some are UKC registerd. We look forward to talking with other lovers of this wonderful breed. Come visit and see for yourself what a Jack can do for you. Hunt Terriers, black and tan jacks or solid jacks...these special little dogs are a true blessing to my home. We could not be more thrilled with the addition of this breed. If you love the little jacks but not the white hair then these would be perfect for you. We are proud members of AHTCA

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